Sorry, but no.
You posted the information about Silversol, including the patent, the FDA approval, etc as a logical fallicy (appeal to authority, the very thing you complain about with your snipe at "Big Brother").
And the searches I provided of the FDA database didn't show that the FDA has ever heard of the company, or Silversol.....why is that?
In short, the patent, and the topical uses, have NOTHING AT ALL to do with the way you are using the product. Comparing the topical uses to internal is the same as saying a baseball bat is just as effective at preventing the flu. A baseball bat has use, externally. Internally, not too much evidence exists. That, btw, is a logical argument called reductio ad absurdum, reducing an argument to a ridiculous case, which disproves absolutes quickly
You use a couple of other logical fallicies, as well. One is post hoc, ergo propter hoc, that because you are using it and haven't developed an illness the silversol is the cause. That is logically as valid as the bracelet braided from elephant hair I was given in Africa to protect me from attacks by lion being the reason I haven't been attacked by a lion in Montana or Canada. Where is the proof that in populations greater than 1, taking the stuff internally has any beneficial effect? And do we have any proof other than your 'case report' that it is effective in a population of 1? Case reports, btw, are considered among the weakest kinds of medical evidence.
You make the repeated claim that somehow, based only on the marketing hype of the company that Silversol is not colloidial silver. This is the logical fallacy of appeal to ignorance (not claiming that you are)....just, where is the proof that it is different? The company saying so? Where is the proof (again, long term double-blind longitudinal studies would be good) that taking silversol won't turn you blue, much less do any good?
I wont even discuss your ad hominem attacks, or claims that I am engaging in them. The truth hurts, sometimes. That I invest the time should show a dispassionate reader that I care about what people do that can hurt them.
If you want to use the stuff, they you will use the stuff. I don't think it's a good idea for the reasons I have said, would not recommend any patient or person I know try to use them, and my opinion is that the only thing its doing is emptying your pocket book and giving your false hope. But, its your life. Good luck!